Public Meeting on Lowell Lake Plan

Public Meeting on Lowell Lake Plan

Public Meeting on Lowell Lake Plan

In response public concern over a proposed plan by Vermont Forests, Parks and Recreation to develop Lowell Lake State Park, the Londonderry Conservation Commission, in cooperation with Lowell Lake Concerned Citizens, will be holding a public meeting to discuss the details. The plan could significantly alter  Lowell Lake and impact wetlands and wildlife habitats with the construction of lodging facilities, showers and bathrooms, parking lots and beach areas. There could be entrance fees for use of the park. Robert Nied, a member of the Lowell Lake Concerned Citizens Steering Committee and former Londonderry Town administrator said, “Our group continues to meet with the state to discuss community concerns, and while we are optimistic that Forests, Parks and Recreation will respond to those concerns with a revised plan that better protects the character and ecology of Lowell Lake, it is critical that everyone … understands what is being proposed.” The meeting will take place at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 30, at the Londonderry Town Office building at 100 Old School Street. For more information, email [email protected]

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